It may be a time of unprecedented change and challenge for the food industry — for every vegetable potentially saved by science there is another that may never be the same again — but there's no question that a wealth of new people, organizations, and ideas are rising to the occasion, ready to face our rapidly evolving landscape head on. Globally dispersed and locally focused, they make up a burgeoning movement poised to change the way we grow, eat, and think about food. Enter Edible City, a new documentary that explores the story by way of ten, highly integral particpiants such as urban farmers in Cuba, community activists in Brooklyn, politicians pushing legislature in Washington D.C., and classroom educators.
It's a stirring portrait of a system on the cusp of wide-sweeping evolution, from its grassroots all the way to Capitol Hill, and the filmmakers recently announced that the entire thing would be available to watch for free on their website. We dig it!
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